Skip to main content

About your Search

20110930
20110930
STATION
CNN 7
CNNW 7
MSNBC 4
MSNBCW 4
WJLA (ABC) 4
CSPAN2 3
KQED (PBS) 2
WBAL (NBC) 2
WGN (CW) 2
WRC (NBC) 2
CSPAN 1
KDTV (Univision) 1
KNTV (NBC) 1
KQEH (PBS) 1
KTVU (FOX) 1
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 49
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 50 (some duplicates have been removed)
michigan ... someone said they saw someone knocked off their bicycle by a wave at fullerton avenue. here are some pictures just in to us this is michigan city in the washington park area this is southeast of milwaukee 20 ft. waves there but the measurements on the buoys have been knocked off line the whole level of the lake came up about two and half feet according tonoaa that would be in calumet city there's huge wave action in indiana and michigan but we've seen a lot of activity on our side of the lake as well. >>this wendy autumn storm produces sustained wind up to 20 mi. per hour today in our area these costs will go up over 20 mi. per hour and some other areas closer to lake in wisconsin michigan and indiana but they are dropping in intensity. this is not unlike what happens during a hurricane with a storm surge this storm just replace the one that took off a couple of days of go without had been hanging around our area rain is not the big issue but the lake effect rains are going into indiana and michigan right now but they will blow back to our shores here those will be on t
of michigan and indiana. lake affect rainfall before this is all over much more to talk about a warm up later in the weekend. >> live at michigan avenue with the gusts have picked up. >> picking up for sure the windy weather all day long we have been waiting in a great anticipation to see what form in the city still seems relatively quiet a beautiful evening 40-50 mi. per hour wind have not seen that other parts of downtown out west very different story take a look at this video pretty amazing time lapse video late this afternoon skies turned it drastically gray and fast. clouds filled the skies near 290 for the wind picked up hard. no rainfall just ominous guys traveling at a rapid pace spurted nothing but compliments from pedestrians a cool night but noticeable not threatening wind light debris to legitimatize marilyn monroe start blowing up properly under these conditions for those on foot and general consensus simply a lovely fall evening. the >> exactly what i expected. beautiful a beautiful night >> i have enough clothes and i think it is beautiful for september is nice. windy cit
be much more difficult for governor perry to put into play. michigan being one of them. i mean, governor romney is one of his home state, place where his dad was governor, three-term governor, place where he has a really great connection to. if we can put a couple of those states like michigan, wisconsin, put indiana back into play, that's going to make the map a very, very difficult for this white house. >> when it comes to the primary campaign, though, there's been some speculation about how serious you guys are going to compete in iowa. how serious you're going to compete in iowa. >> we're going to play in iowa. the governor will be back there several times campaigning. there will be debates in iowa where we'll be competing in all those debates. this race is -- one thing we've seen, it is a very fluid race and we've seen numbers bouncing around all over the place. we're going to be available and ready to campaign at any state and in order to get the nomination. >> you brought up the general election. i want to play this ad that you guys have out on perry this morning and ask you about
of the michigan study. it shows that nonverbal factor including body language and physical appearance combine with tone of voice sending the vibes about what they are sending. >>> a southern california man is recovering after surviving six days in a ravine car crashing his car. he was rescued from the angeles national forest. the man's family had not heard from him in six days so they started searching. >> stopped in every is a reason and looked over every hill and my brother got out of the car and we kept screaming. the next thing, we heard dad say, help, help, and there he was. >> doctors say he survived by drinking water from a river and eating bugs and leaves. he suffered a broken collar bone and cuts and bruises but he is expected to be okay. >>> cycling fans in the bay area will soon have a chance to ride side by side with tour de france winner alberto contador. he tweeted that he is flying to the united states and invited fellow cyclists to come ride in sausalito. he didn't give specifics but told fans to stay tuned for more details. the spanish cyclist won the tour de france in 2010,
waves of rain from lake michigan east to the atlantic ocean. our friends the forecasters at the weather channel tell us after being parked like a car tire for a week now, it will finally be pushed out by the first big real cold air mass of the season from our neighbors to the north. >>> bank of america announced today it will start charging customers a $5 a month fee to use a debit card. the new financial reform law lowered the amount banks get each time a debit card is swiped at a store. banks are having trouble because interest rates are low and so is demand for loans. the fee will not apply if the card is only used to get cash from an atm and not for purchases. >>> there are fascinating numbers out tonight from the brand new census. they tell us a lot about who we are and how much life in america has changed in just the space of one generation including what we all look like these days. nbc's tom costello has our report. >> reporter: the latest snapshot of america shows a population that is quickly becoming much more multi racial with the percentage of nonhispanic whites declining in
adelante >>> michigan viviana avila univisiÓn >>> vamos a una pausa comercial narcotraficantes mexicanos estÁn buscando refugio en texas? en argentina veremos una nueva forma de so ocultar la cocaÍna >>> y mÁs adelante algo muy especial descubren una posesiÓn de bethoveen perdida durante mÁs de 200 aÑos y la interpretan por primera vez. ( ♪ mÚsica ♪ ) >>> suena irÓnico pero las cifras asÍ lo demuestran, la ciudad mÁs violenta de ybs%o enfrentarlook una estrategia tipo militar >>> sabemos necesitamos trabajar para proteger la sfrfrontera, p no digan que es una zonaes guerra, en el lado mexicano es otra cosa, en este punto los generales estÁn correctoss >>> los narcosáik8 viven en el o naranja de la droga y mÉxico se hunde en el cielo de la realidad, dicen vecinos del paso texas >>> no pasa en este caso que pase todo en la ciudad fronteriza y buen que los vecinos tengan problemas o vayan a tener problemas >>> tambiÉn es un poco iluso que en un momento pueda contaminar alguna parte tlde los estados unidos >>> sin embargo hay datos contrastaste de ambas fronteras, el aÑo 2
conscious works. i love the mural on the corner of francis and michigan's street. i just noticed it for the first time -- at the corner of one street. thank you for that. it is really a wonderful testament to what our neighborhood is about. eric, who i do not seen here with us, who has done an amazing work over the years across san francisco. he is a native of this area and has been a resident for many years. he highlights people's struggles and raising awareness for social consciousness. daron, thanks for being here. he has roots in social activism. he is a muralist and teacher, currently a lead instructor at a youth based arts program in the mission. he has nearly all of the way throughout california and down into mexico. also, folks we may not have won four. dan, he woworked on another project. nico, your children? great. he has merrill's all over the world, including in gonna and west africa. there is an avid skateboarder and designer. thank you for your work in our district, and ethan is also a contributor to the project. i just want to say thank you so much for your work. w
to wait until after 7:00 a.m. for sunrise, 7:01. a new storm over michigan, dropping south and east. this will bring scattered showers and fall air, the coldest air since spring, set to move in this weekend. when the leading edge arrives, may be a brief shower tomorrow. the cold air moves over the region. clouds and scattered showers here, and in the mountains possibly snowflakes. that gives you an indication of how chilly the air is behind this storm. 70's tomorrow. a chance of a light shower. west wind on the day at five to 15 knots, winds -- waves around 2 feet. we could have wet snow over the weekend. 41, for the high. saturday night, temperatures go south. the forecast -- a 20% chance of rain tomorrow. much cooler on saturday with highs in the upper 50's. ocean city gets to near 80 tomorrow. the front moves off the coast and the weekend temperatures will be down. maybe low 60's in sunday. it is still the tropical seas and in the atlantic. ophelia is getting stronger. winds up to 85 mph. the storm almost faded away, but will become a category 2 hurricane as it heads east of berm
in michigan. the dew point levels tumbling. drier air will stick around for of a few days and then a sunshine will make another appearance. we will not see a lot of it for the day tomorrow. more sunshine on sunday. pressure over the great lakes will eventually bring us increasing clouds and a chance of a few showers tomorrow. 20% to 30% chance. cooler temperatures with highs in the upper 50's to ow 60's. slight chance of showers tomorrow. clearing out a little on sunday with more sunshine and cool air. highs today 73-77. added clouds later this afternoon. temperatures tonight in the mid 40's in the suburbs low 50's's downtown. tomorrow, mostly cloudy, tens of showers, 57-62. . the extended outlook. the most beautiful weather in washington comes in october. monday tuesday, and wednesday look fantastic with high temperatures in the mid 70's. tomorrow and sunday will be a shock to the system. >> jennifer donelan is working on a story about the first lady. so we will see all the pictures. >>> next, the makers of a controversial smartphone application, what they say about a gay test. and on anders
. temperatures are cooler well to the north in the 40's in michigan. satellite and radar shows a cold front that is on the way for the day. if you'll notice a change in the wind direction for the overnight. then there's a push a of cold air. that will arrive as we move into the day tomorrow. 73-77 degrees today. nighttime lows will fall into the 80's. tomorrow we will not make a lot of progress. -- nighttime lows in the 40's. >>> highway crews getting ready to call it a night. i am showing a live picture of traffic on the beltway at new hampshire ave. you can see the arrow board pushing everybody to the right. road, they are clearing overnight construction. looks like they have done that at university boulevard. it's good right now as far as traffic around the beltway even with construction clearing. this is branch avenue in bethesda on the beltway. and before we go back to the news desk, 270 looks good at father hurley boulevard. back to you. >> thank you. >>> 4:32 this morning. we will begin this morning with a neighborhood's desperate plea for help. some families homes are teetering on t
the next major primary in arizona and michigan and mitt romney is expected to do well in those. that makes florida especially critical for this guy, rick perry. if he doesn't do well in florida it's another four weeks before he has a good chance to pick up a win. don't forget there are three candidates who are said to still be seriously considering a run. chris christy, sarah palin and rudy giuliani. with the primary season kicking off after the new year it's just three months, that's not a lot of time to build a campaign. >> a source said that iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, nevada are all going to announce their dates tomorrow at the earliest. >> what about possible penalties that florida could face. could they loose delegates for this? >> reporter: they could loose half their delegates. something they are aware of. when they were making decision today one state official tried to set up why he voted the way he did. >> i know if the situation was -- republicans might loose delegates but i think it's more about the motion of florida than about the parties. >> reporter: the republic
's hometown hotspot.good morning, dawn.-- you come all the way from michigan for the festival... why do you like coming to sugarloaf?--a little birdie told me, your booth seems to always draw a crowd... could you show us some of the things you sell? sell? 3 3 3 the sugarloaf crafts festival is at the maryland state fairgrounds through sunday.for more information, log on to fox baltimore dot com slash morning. what do you do if you find out the person you love... is cheating?one of our facebook viewers wants to know... and we've got our expert in house with an answer. answer.doctor patty ann can also answer any questions you may have... give us a call right now at 410-481-45-45 you're watching fox 45 good day baltimore. ((break 7)) we're back with relationship expert doctor patty ann.she's here to answer any of your relationshhp questions.our phone lines are open now... call us at 410-481-4545...or send it to us on facebook or twitter. tom baltimore baltimore nakia wants to know, "what are some good tips on finding the right mate?" mate?"crystal asks, "what do you do when you find out your o
this is a special part of the country for me. i actually can recall the big four carriers on lake michigan. nice to see them from time to time. they pulled iron from the north throughout the entire region. one that manufactured oils such as building cars, tractors, trucks and machinery, so did the ship errs, miners and support industries. as a result of the great lakes area, it it flourishes really was a good lesson in how we've come to learn to need each other. that is industry from the states and throughout interdependent. clearly, job retention and job creation are foremost in everyone's minds today. of our president, to the state capital, jobs are the most pressing need. i give you my view on this issue, speaking as the ceo for the company and i do serve on a number of our corporate boards. one of the ways we enhance the value of said 10 to our shareholders is too careful allocation of capital. so we must provide capital businesses that can escrow. the growth is either limited or declining. we have to make discipline investments. and generally, only the very best projects go forward. they're
of the states republicans weren't able to win over the election cycle. states like michigan, wisconsin, minnesota, the upper mid western part of our country. take back states like indiana, virginia, north carolina that president obama won last time against john mccain. the second thing which is really for important is where president obama is on this poll which is at 42. there is a rule of thumb in polling that the incumbent gets what he gets in the polling, which means that if the election were being held today, which obviously it's not, we have a longtime to go, if the election were held today president obama would lose like a landslide. that has to be devastating for him. megyn: i have a lot i want to ask you about. let's go through it piece by piece. i want to get youree action to the date being moved up in florida. these other states are saying we have to go before florida. iowa, new hampshire, nevada, and south carolina now all in january before florida, it's going to be a busy month for you guys. you sound kind of happy about it. mitt romney's camp i don't know. they came out wi
" has the connotation of what mitt romney's father said in michigan some 40 or 50 years ago. 40 years ago. i think that's why it also raised alarms. but clearly there are blocs in this country who vote the way they do. that's been a historical pattern up and down every demographic strata you can divide the electorate over. that's part of america. always has been. >> cornell? >> if you say that, that's fine. but when you say that people are brainwashed, a certain racial group is brainwashed for doing that, that's the problem. >> interesting discussion. cornell, appreciate it. >> but it's not racist. >> it's bigoted. if someone is making bigoted statements, yeah, i got no problem calling them a racist or a bigot. >> guys, interesting discussion. appreciate you having it, cornell belcher, ari fleisher, thank you. programming note, we're announcing the arizona republican party and cnn will co-host a gop presidential debate december 1st in arizona, october 18th in las vegas, 8:00 p.m. eastern, right here on cnn. let's see if herman cain gets questions on that. >>> still ahead, an exclusive
a rude awakening this morning. extremely high winds whipped up huge waves on lake michigan, some of which washed right up on the bike path. a helicopter from our station wmaq caught some of the unlucky ones who didn't realize their morning workout would include a swim. >>> we have been following them all week. the daring four-person crew inspecting the washington monument for earthquake damage. they finished their work today and we got new views of the high wire act. they removed more loose pieces of stone which has been their top priority since those pieces could injure or kill someone if they fell. >>> when we come back, a young educator making a difference on the front lines of learning. hey, where's harriat? [ harriat ] you hoo! [ female announcer ] must be the os-cal. only os-cal ultra has the most calcium and d3, plus 7 bone health nutrients. so you can always be strong, with os-cal. as much as i can about a company before i invest in it. that's why i like fidelity. they give me tools and research i can't get anywhere else. their stock screener lets me search for stocks with more th
in north michigan, it thinned out and a change in the direction of the wind. now low pressure has been driving this front and it can get stalled somewhere around pennsylvania new jersey and new york and we expect a frontal system that will stick out in the ocean and it will move up to new york and go back towards pennsylvania kind of spin around for a couple of days. now the bulk of the shower activity will be to our north and will be close enough for the baltimore area, we may see a shower or two, maybe even monday, wish i had better news. now ophelia has really gotten strong this afternoon, the good news is, it is picking up speed and there is bermuda, it is not in the cone of the hurricane force winds, based on the current track it will pass east to bermuda, strongest winds and now you see an inch of rain and a few squalled showers, this storm will eventually weaken it is a gets to cooler water and felipe will disorganize and it is moving to the north but expect it to also die out. low pressure over erie pennsylvania moving towards new york, just kinds of hanging out there and yes,
along the shore of lake michigan and some of the waves here could be well over 20 feet crashing onshore. obviously in the way of showers as well. the big story is the wind and a cool front which will kick out. sitting and spinning here. unfortunately, this was not moving all that fast either. sticking around the northeast. some of these -- this temperature, getting to the east coast. 76 in new york today. but 59 in chicago. because the wind, a lesser extent the metros and san francisco. pushing everything out 15 to 20 degrees below average is what we expect over or the weekend. going to be chilly. and a category 2 storm passes by bermuda heading out again. bioluminescence, the red tide. at night when these phytoplankton, the waves actually glow. >> that's awesome. >> look at this. maybe a couple more weeks. if you live in socal, check it out. >>> the question this morning, was herman cain fair when he said african-american voters were brainwashed. i know you heard him say think, but just in case, here it is. >> why is the african-american public -- >> many african-americans have been br
're watching for tomorrow: the university of michigan issues its final take on consumer sentiment for september. we'll ask legendary investor warren buffett for his take on the economy and the markets, and we wrap up wall street's third quarter with standard and poor's strategist sam stovall. he's our friday "market monitor" guest. a japanese auto supplier has agreed to plead guilty and pay a $200 million fine to settle a criminal price-fixing scam that ran partly out of detroit. the settlement was announced today by the u.s. department of justice. three furukawa executives have also agreed to plead guilty and serve prison time in the u.s. ranging from 12 to 18 months. it's the government's first charges as a result of its ongoing international investigation of price fixing in the auto parts industry. >> tom: a group of privacy advocates wants uncle sam to investigate facebook. the american civil liberties union and the electronic privacy information center are among the nine groups asking the federal trade commission to look into how the social networking giant collects data about its users' o
are holding in the 50's mainly to the north and west of us. but northern michigan 2 1 that's a long ways away, but we will look for those changes to push in our direction behind the cold front which is right now located across maryland. a few scattered showers but not going to add up to much for us. mid 40's to lower 50's for tonight. are you ready for this? 57-62. this is high temperatures for tomorrow. a taste of bethesda. wind-chill factor that will feel more like the upper 40's to lower 50's. bundle up, but not for today. this is for tomorrow and on sunday. more on the extended forecast in a few minutes but right now lisa baden and traffic. >> my dog is going to love it. when it's warm, i end up having to carry him home, but with these cooler temperatures, he's going to lead me all the way. check out the pace of traffic. that's in your favor. everything looks great. pulling you along peninsula road to duke street and king street. to the geico cameras where everything is smooth from clefpblg park around silver spring and 270. natasha and anyway? ? >> c
eastern suburbs. overnight, the next batch of its shoppers coming across michigan and ohio. we are still mild around 70. we will only see highs in the mid-50's tomorrow. a little bit of sunshine on sunday. we will talk more coming up in a couple of minutes. >>> the rams are the new detroit. the st. louis franchise is not entirely sparking intimidation. they are already pegged in the sweepstakes. for the redskins, who are working with a short week, this is a mental game. the redskins podcast this week is to focus on the -- top task is the key is to focus on the rams and get over the cowboys. to get rid of that monday night after case the redskins will have to go on the road and defeat the san louis rams. >> they have a defense plan hard and playing together. >> washington bought st. louis is best shot last season, too. they fell flat against the rams 30-16. >> there will be a lot of teams in this league that is not as talented. >> sunday's game could come down to a battle between quarterbacks. rex grossman knows he needs to improve. >> i put a lot of pressure on myself every week. when i
's pizza -- sterling heights, michigan. in here, food is inspected, perfected and occasionally rejected. with a customized mobile app developed with at&t, jet's food inspectors can share data in real time -- so what used to take two weeks, now takes two hours. faster feedback means better food and happy people. it's a network of possibilities -- helping you do what you do... even better. call at&t and see what we can do for your business. ♪ when i got my medicare card, i realized i needed an aarp... medicare supplement insurance card, too. medicare is one of the great things about turning 65, but it doesn't cover everything. in fact, it only pays up to 80% of your part b expenses. if you're already on or eligible for medicare, call now to find out how an aarp... medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company, helps cover some of the medical expenses... not paid by medicare part b. that can save you from paying up to thousands of dollars... out of your own pocket. these are the only medicare supplement insurance plans... exclusively endorsed by aarp.
michigan here. this whole area of trough is going to come right on top of us for the weekend. what does that mean? we're going to be chilly and with this cold air aloft, we're going to be cloudy and we're going to be showery, too, going through the next couple of days. it looks like the weekend not that great. not only is there going to be a weekend chill, but talking showers, too. the greatest threat of showers will be tomorrow. there's going to be some showers around on sunday. mostly cloudy tonight, possible shower out there later on. temperature gets down to 52 in town. spotty shower tomorrow morning. a little bit of sunshine. and we become cloudy with showers for all day parts tomorrow. nothing too heavy, but keep the umbrella handy because i think it will be heavy enough at times that you are going to wish you had the umbrella, especially at the maryland game tomorrow. plan for that. a little bit better on sunday, okay? not much better on sunday, but a little bit. you see the temperature there around 60 degrees both days. it's going to be breezy both days. >> and you can watch th
did some searching. i was able to actually find a small $6,000 grant from the state of michigan. but i have never done solar, i didn't know square one about how it was done. we bought panels, we figured out how to do it, and that was our first system. we needed to monitor the power and be able to track how much was coming in and out, and i did find products that would do this for us, but those products could cost thousands of dollars. you know, we didn't have a thousand dollars. we invented a way to read utility meters for essentially free. ♪ my goal is to see a cloud. and i want to see a nice smooth solar graph and then i want it to dip a little bit and know that a cloud just went over the solar panels. my wildest dreams is to have 100 locations in ypsilanti, all on solar ypsi, all being tracked in real time and ypsilanti would be the place to come for solar information. when i started, i was searching and i was looking in ten or twelve difference places, and so now we have a website where information has already been collated so someone can search on solar, find this site and hopef
of the country for me. i actually can recall the big four carriers on lake michigan. nice to see them from time to time. they pulled iron from the north throughout the entire region. one that manufactured oils such as building cars, tractors, trucks and machinery, so did the ship errs, miners and support industries. as a result of the great lakes area, it it flourishes really was a good lesson in how we've come to learn to need each other. that is industry from the states and throughout interdependent. clearly, job retention and job creation are foremost in everyone's minds today. of our president, to the state capital, jobs are the most pressing need. i give you my view on this issue, speaking as the ceo for the company and i do serve on a number of our corporate boards. one of the ways we enhance the value of said 10 to our shareholders is too careful allocation of capital. so we must provide capital businesses that can escrow. the growth is either limited or declining. we have to make discipline investments. and generally, only the very best projects go forward. they're also investor return
brainwash has the connotation of what mitt romney's father said in michigan some 40 or 50 years ago. 40 years ago. i think that's why it also raised alarms. but clearly there are blocs in this country who vote the way they do. that's been a historical pattern up and down every demographic strat ta you can divide the electorate over. that's part of america. always has been. >> cornell? >> if you say that, that's fine. but when you say that people are brainwashed a certain racial group is for doing that, that's the problem. >> interesting discussion. cornell, appreciate it. >> but it's not racist. >> it's bigoted. if someone is making bigoted statements, i have no problem calling them a racist or a bigot. >> that's why a lot of people stay out of politics, anderson, because one word and then somebody's accusing you of being a racist. that's what's wrong with people in politics that make things like this into racism. >> what's wrong in politics is when you don't call bigoted statements out. that's what's wrong with politics. >> if this is bigotry, we have a lot to fear. >> well, we do have
book list. whatever that may be. confusing me with all this stuff. charlie, from michigan. can you tell us something about your co-author, martin dugard. first class historian, bril i can't believe researcher. great guy. i'm getting lots of mail about signings for the book. only one set so far. october 29, right before the golder fresher show with miller and me. there would be more signings. we'll have details on billoreilly.com. billo'reillykoch. billo'reilly.com. finally tonight, actress eva longoria made an astounding $30 million last year. even though she's wealthy, she remains a staunch supporter of president obama who wants to tax her more. lately because there's such an extreme movement happening, and it's dangerous because it's not the character of america. it's really under attack. he's been governing in a state of emergency since he went into office, so we haven't seen him do what he can do. >> it would be impossible for ms. longoria, so you'll have to her come on "the factor" and discuss the state of emergency, all that other stuff. it would be interesting, right? crew is up
-american vote and senior vote in west philadelphia, in north philadelphia, in detroit michigan, in miami, florida, in norfolk, virginia, this is a numbers game. if in fact minority votes are disenfranchised or opressed, that means that those people probably would not be able to vote obviously, presumably for the democratic candidate. that's what the white house is concerned about, and rightfully so. >> michael, last point on this. do you think they have any case about corrupt voting? we have that problem a couple years back. is there -- let's be honest here. is there any concern that's real about crooked voting, by phantom voting, people driving around in cars, making sure people aren't voting, that old-style stuff that went on back in the '60s. still going on? >> i think there are always a handful of cases. when you have millions voting there are bowen to be shenanigans, but i've yet to hear a case that warrants the level of overhaul that's americans. >>> here's the president in the interview with you today. he also talked about tax increases for the wealthy. let's take a look. >> there
category, wisconsin and michigan, that he can't count on for sure. >> let's talk about the reliably red states now. obviously these are the republican states. reliably red. tell me about these states and what they'll have in common. >> there are a lot of them. but there just aren't as many people in those reliably red states. they tend to run right down the middle of the country, a little bit in the mountain west and obviously into the south. those are all reliably red states and they be reliably red this year because states like utah are really red, they're not going to go anywhere this year. the playing field, what that map tells you, the combination of the red and the blue states, tells you that the 16 6 to 10 states where this election will probably be decided. it will be in states like colorado, which president obama won for the democrats last year, but that is not a reliably democratic state. can he do that again? can he pull it off in north carolina, for example, and in virginia, states again, not reliable democratic states but states he won. he probably will need a couple of tho
target. joining me now is congressman mike rogers of michigan, the charm of the house intelligence committee. congressman, first question is, how did you get the news on this? and how do we know this man is dead? >> well there are a lot of ways to do it. i got it in the early morning hour this morning. but there are, a, intelligence on the fact that it was him in this particular convoy was exceptionally good, very high degree of confidence, and then there is intelligence ways to collect different streams of intelligence following the attack that also confirms the fact that it was anwar al awlaki. >> so what are we talking about here? pictures? does someone have possession of the body? is there dna evidence? how do we know for sure? >> well, we can't talk about all of the ways that we know burke it is a high degree of confidence. so, clearly we have been tracking this individual and trying to find him. there was a shot against anwar al awlaki earlier this year that didn't go well. and so, you know, they were fast on this guy so all streams of intelligent that you might imagine would
applies with enrollment in freecreditscore.com sterling heights, michigan. in here, food is inspected, perfected and occasionally rejected. with a customized mobile app developed with at&t, jet's food inspectors can share data in real time -- so what used to take two weeks, now takes two hours. faster feedback means better food and happy people. it's a network of possibilities -- helping you do what you do... even better. call at&t and see what we can do for your business. ♪ aspercreme breaks the grip, with maximum-strength medicine and no embarrassing odor. break the grip of pain with aspercreme. >>> top al qaeda leader is killed in yemen and some are worried that yemen's president saleh will try and take some of the credit. they are facing huge protests against his 30-year rule. he may try to argue that yemen is now a critical american ally in the war against al qaeda. joining us from new york is an expert of all things middle east from johns hopkins school of advance in international studies and also, coincidence, that anwar al awlaki, do we think is that a ro incidence that he's
ones and we must put these regulations on the post office. host: michael is a republican in michigan. caller: good morning. i am also a disabled veteran. that makes us brothers. guest: very good brothers. caller: we used to get our medication delivered by ups or fedex, as you know. we now get it through the post office. although it is probably a lot cheaper, you guys are not getting it done. i get medication -- they dish it out to 30 days at a time. you do not get it until the 30 a day or possibly the 31st day. when it does not show, is a problem. call the post office, they don't answer the phone. and when you to answer the phone, to get an attitude. guest: i sincerely apologize. i get my medication, of them per month, 90 day-spurts. the minute i get them this month i call nine days in advance. i have never missed one. we do recognize that there is a staffing problem on the lines, but you cannot drain the money off that goes for service and then say why is service not there? i think the postmaster general is trying his best right now to try to improve the communications and we want t
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 50 (some duplicates have been removed)